About the Author
An expert on colonial America and its conflicts, Samuel Endicott is an engaging speaker who will enrich your school group, radio audience, historical society, or library function. He has spoken to elementary, high school, college, post graduate, and civilian followings. Business and military groups will benefit from his presentation on the leadership lessons from the French and Indian War and their relevance today. He is sure to stimulate your group toward the study of history, literature, and leadership..
Molly Lake makes an excellent study tool enabling two teachers to use one resource for the study of novels, character development, scene transitions, etc., plus an entertaining way for students to learn American, Canadian, and Native American histories.
After teaching middle school in Nettleton, Mississippi, Samuel Endicott served in the Army’s combat engineers from 1975 to 1995. An Army ranger and paratrooper, he trained soldiers to understand the tactical implications of battlefield terrain using Wolfe’s siege of Quebec as his case study. He is a graduate of the Army CGSOC and Navy War College. After holding several troop commands, he taught Leadership, Soviet Military Operations, and Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield at Fort Leavenworth. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1949, Endicott earned degrees from the University of Mississippi (BA) and University of Southern California (MS). His pastimes include tennis, sailing, and hiking with his golden retriever, Lafe. He resides in Hampton, Virginia, with his wife, Elaine.